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Travel to Warsaw, Poland

Let help you find flights to Warsaw. Warsaw, the capital of Poland, is a city that is known for rebuilding. During World War II, nearly 85 percent of Warsaw was destroyed. Today, the city's skyline features a mixture of modern skyscrapers, drab houses built when communism prevailed in Warsaw and the historic building that survived the war in the Praga neighborhood. With historic sites, a variety of culinary options and old-style bazaars, Warsaw has something for everyone.

Flying into Warsaw

The Warsaw Chopin Airport is located in the Wlochy district, approximately 5 miles from the city's center. Several airlines provide flights to Warsaw, including Air France, Brussels Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Swiss International Airlines. Ele Sky Taxi, Super Taxi and Sawa Taxi are licensed to provide taxi service to the airport. Cab fare from the airport to downtown costs about 40 Polish zlotys. Alternatively, light rail gets you to the city in about 25 minutes, or you can take the bus for 3.60 Polish zlotys.

Exploring the Area

Warsaw is prone to bitterly cold winters and mild summers. If you visit during the winter, bring warm clothes that you can layer and a heavy coat. During this time, the average temperature ranges from 21°F to 35°F. The best time to visit is in the summer, when the average temperatures range from the mid-50s to the mid-70s. If this is your first visit to Warsaw, you should go to the Warsaw Uprising Museum. The museum recollects the World War II event that permanently scarred the city's landscape. The Old Town, the Royal Route and Lazienki Park should also top your itinerary list. If you enjoy history, visit the Pawiak Prison, the Royal Castle, Treblinka and the Zelazowa Wola.

Plan Your Warsaw Vacation

The mild summer weather and variety of places to explore make Warsaw an intriguing vacation destination. If you're looking for deals on air travel, visit to find cheap flights to Warsaw and discounted vacation packages.

Warsaw When to Go

Warsaw’s seasons vary from quite hot in the summer to bitterly cold in the winter. The high season is during the warmest months, from May to September. This time of year certainly has the most agreeable weather, but it can also be rainy, especially in July, which has both the hottest temperatures and the highest rainfall. The midsummer months are also the busiest time of the year, both for foreign visitors and locals, so most accommodations and public transportation will be crowded.

January to March are the coldest months with the shortest days—and heavy snowfall can slow the city to a crawl. However, Warsaw is a major European capital city, and therefore has visitors year round. If the cold weather isn’t a concern, winter can offer good rates for accommodation.

Spring and autumn are the shoulder seasons, and arguably the ideal times to visit Warsaw. The weather will be relatively warm during the days and cooler at night, with occasional rain showers. Pair the mild climate with reduced crowds at hotels and attractions, and the shoulder seasons offer great opportunities for exploring the city or the surrounding countryside.

A lively and cosmopolitan city, Warsaw hosts festivals and events throughout the year. Of course, outdoor markets and music festivals happen in spring, summer, and autumn. Alternatively, opera and theater fans should plan their trips from September to June, as most of these productions close down for the summer.

Frequently asked questions

Am I currently able to fly to Warsaw?
For up-to-the-minute flight information to Warsaw, have a look at our Covid-19 Travel Advisor. Find out if there are any travel advice reports and whether you’ll need to quarantine when you land.
If I am not able to travel because of COVID-19, can I change or cancel?
Before booking your tickets, have a read through your preferred airline’s terms and conditions. This should help with most questions regarding COVID-19 and flight changes or cancellations. For further details, head to our handy Customer Service Portal.
Which airlines fly to Warsaw?
Choose from airlines that operate services to Frederic Chopin Airport (WAW), the leading airport in the city. With all those options, you’re sure to walk away with an amazing deal. Here are a few of the major international airlines that’ll get you to Warsaw — and then exploring every corner of this city:

  • LOT Polish Airlines - 1,344 flights to Warsaw per month
  • Wizz Air - 222 flights to Warsaw per month
  • Lufthansa - 114 flights to Warsaw per month

What is the best airport to fly to in Warsaw?
Touch down at Frederic Chopin Airport (WAW) and you’ll discovering this fantastic city in no time at all. This airport is roughly 5 miles south of the downtown area. But WAW isn’t your only option. Warsaw-Modlin Mazovia Airport (WMI) is another entrance point to Warsaw, so compare flight prices to score the most rewarding deal.
How much is a flight to Warsaw?
Fares for round-trip flights fell as low as this week to Warsaw, and increased to a peak of . Travelers journeying out of () managed to snare one-way tickets starting from just .
How to book the cheapest flight to Warsaw?
Landing cheap flights to Warsaw is as easy as booking with Orbitz. But if you’d like to make sure you’re grabbing the best flight deals around, here are some tips to follow:

  • Depending on where you’re coming from, select the ‘Nearby airports’ function (located under the departure and arrival options). In some instances, alternative departure points will have cheaper fares.
  • Similarly, click on the ‘Show flexible dates’ option to view the fares on days either side of your selected departure. It’s possible to pick up cheaper flight deals if your travel plans are flexible.
  • Select ‘Show options’ to refine your search results. You can pick your preferred seating class and airline here. Under ‘Sort & Filter’ to the left, you can even specify whether you want to fly in the morning, afternoon or evening.
  • The early bird gets the best deals, so purchase your seats once you’ve settled on your travel dates. The most affordable airfares sell out first and prices generally increase as the departure date gets closer.
  • Bundle your flights, hotels and car rentals into a package deal and score great discounts. Save your money for things that really excite you, like discovering every corner of Warsaw.
  • Flying during the busy season means expensive airfares. Try to vacation outside of popular dates, such as Easter, Thanksgiving and school breaks.

How long is a flight to Warsaw?
Your flight to Warsaw could be an hour or two or more, depending on where you’re leaving from. We’ve compiled a list of three of the top domestic routes and flight times to give you an idea of what to expect:

  • Krakow (KRK-John Paul II - Balice) to Frederic Chopin Airport (WAW) - 53 minutes
  • Wroclaw (WRO-Copernicus) to Frederic Chopin Airport (WAW) - 1 hour
  • Gdansk (GDN-Lech Walesa) to Frederic Chopin Airport (WAW) - 1 hour

What is the best time to book a flight to Warsaw?
Book in January, February or August for unbeatable fares to Warsaw. Once you’ve tracked down a bargain, buy it — cheap flights tend to appear and then vanish in the click of a button.
What day of the week is the cheapest to book a flight to Warsaw?
Make a booking on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Saturday. Typically, these are the cheapest days to purchase tickets to Warsaw. The getaway of your dreams starts with an impressive flight deal!
What is the cheapest day of the week to fly to Warsaw?
If you’re after cheap flights to Warsaw, depart earlier in the week. Orbitz data from 2020 shows Monday is the most affordable day to travel, followed by Tuesday. Saturday has the most expensive fares, so avoid this day and do your budget a favor.
What is the cheapest month to fly to Warsaw?
You can jet for less in August. This is generally the best month to take off if you’re after cheap flights to Warsaw, Orbitz data shows. The most expensive time to take off is June, so try to avoid this month if you’re on a budget.
Which airlines allow free cancellation?
When searching for flights on Orbitz, click on “Filter by flexible change policies.” This filter will quickly find all the airlines offering free cancellation and no change fees. That means you can breathe easy knowing that if things change, your flight can too.
What do I need for the flight to Warsaw?
It’s wise to be ready for anything when going on a trip. Keep in mind the following tips for a smooth, stress-free journey:

  • You’ll need identification such as a valid passport. To avoid confusion during check-in, make sure you book your flight tickets using the same name as your official ID. It’s good to have digital copies of your travel documents too, just to be safe!
  • Have some extra entertainment for your long trip to Warsaw. If you’re tired of watching that series on your phone, give your eyes a much-needed break from all that screen time and get stuck into a book.
  • Cabin temperatures can quickly change, so it’s best to bring an extra layer. Also consider wearing compression socks. They can help prevent blood clots and improve circulation.

How many direct flights are there to Warsaw?
With 484 direct flights every month, traveling to Warsaw doesn’t need to involve a layover. LOT - Polish Airlines is one airline with nonstop services to this vibrant destination.
How do I get cheap first-class/business deals to Warsaw?
There are ways of booking first or business-class tickets to Warsaw that won’t burn through your savings. Grab a seat at the front of the plane for less with these handy tips:

  • Flexibility isn’t just for your yoga class. Have some room to move around your travel dates so you can snap up more affordable airfares when a sale comes along.
  • Plenty of budget airlines these days offer comfortable business-class seating for a reasonable price.
  • Make a bid for an upgrade. Some carriers hold online auctions that let you put down a price for a seat at the front of the plane. You may also be able to upgrade with points earned through a rewards program.

How to get into Warsaw from the airport?
If you want to drive into Warsaw, there are several car rental outlets at Frederic Chopin Airport (WAW). Among these are Dollar, Sixt and Hertz. Choose a Frederic Chopin Airport (WAW) car rental, jump into the driver’s seat and you’ll be off on your getaway in a jiffy. The downtown area is 5 miles north of the airport so you could also take public transportation or a taxi into town and pick up a ride from Warsaw car rentals instead.
What is the best time to go to Warsaw?
Anytime is a fantastic time to experience Warsaw, though are the most popular months. As with most of the Northern Hemisphere, the summer season starts June 20. If you’d sooner spend your days in a T-shirt than a thick winter coat, this time of the year may suit you perfectly. Expect average daily highs of 75undefined and nightly lows around 60undefined.
Travel tips for Warsaw

  • Kick off your sightseeing in the downtown area and walk around some of the city’s famous attractions. Old Town Square and Royal Castle are favorites with visitors.
  • You’ll find fun day trip adventures a short drive from Warsaw’s hustle and bustle. Take in Wilanow Palace first and then Modlin Fortress.
  • Love to hit up some other Masovian Voivodeship cities? Book a car rental and drive to Plock or Siedlce. With your own vehicle, getting to those harder-to-reach destinations will also be a cinch.

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